Letter: Postal Service giving to cycling

Lance Armstrong (US Postal/USA) holds his trophy after

Lance Armstrong (US Postal/USA) holds his trophy after winning the 91st Tour de France cycling race ahead of German Andreas Kloden (T-Mobile/Ger) and Italian Ivan Basso (CSC/Den) on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. (Credit: Getty, 2004)

There is something radically wrong when the U.S. Postal Service is crying poverty and, at the same time, sponsored more than $30 million to Lance Armstrong and his cycling team ["Delivering a suit," News, Feb. 23]. What gives?

Lee Klinke, Middle Island

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